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Old 02-16-2020, 11:02 PM   #341
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the rear door are not interchangeable between sedans and wagons. the curve on the upper rear part of the doors are different.
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Hence, the rear windows are not interchangeable
I can confirm that the sedan's rear windows DO in fact interchange with the wagon's. I just replaced a shattered passenger rear window on my '93 EX wagon with glass from a '92/'93 EX sedan. You may or may not need the matching regulator, I'm not sure. The alignment of my wagon's regulator could have just been off slightly, but I was having to force the window into position to line up both threaded holes at the bottom of the glass to where the bolts pass through the regulator. I didn't think about regulator alignment at the time and just swapped in the sedan regulator that I grabbed when I got the glass, and then it lined up without force.
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Old 02-22-2020, 12:53 PM   #342
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According to Majestic's site, the overall rear door frame is unique to the wagon, but the door skin is identical to the sedan; outer weatherstrip too. The rear regulators use the same part number as the sedan, but it calls out a unique part number for the glass.
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Old 02-23-2020, 03:21 PM   #343
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According to Majestic's site, the overall rear door frame is unique to the wagon, but the door skin is identical to the sedan; outer weatherstrip too. The rear regulators use the same part number as the sedan, but it calls out a unique part number for the glass.
That is very interesting ... there is (if I'm not mistaken) a different curvature on the inside on the wagons where the door closes,
as opposed to the sedans .. and I believe the glass is w i d e r?
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Old 02-23-2020, 04:21 PM   #344
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Well the battery in mine is dead dead on top of having an internal short, so we'll see if there are problems once that's sorted and the car's actually driving - I got the seller to not put the date on the title, so I'm not registering it until after the engine swap. But on a battery charger, it rolled up and down just fine, if a bit slowly.

The part numbers for the glass sounds like a worthwhile reason to spend a day at the junkyard, though. At some point when I cross a wagon there, I'll have to pull glass from both cars and compare them. If they're different after all, the sedan glass may be riding the wagon's window tracks wrong and stressing my motor, so it'd be worth swapping out again.
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Old 03-06-2020, 03:55 PM   #345
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I just found out that the European wagons have shorter inner tail lamps with an integrated rear fog on the passenger side inner tail lamp.



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American (my wagon for reference. That's my friend GraniteCB7 in his 1991 SE)

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Old 03-06-2020, 07:22 PM   #346
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Makes sense when you think about it. Since they use massive license plates. But I didn’t know that either.
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Old 03-07-2020, 10:45 PM   #347
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The 90-91 coupes and sedans, and I'm pretty sure the 92-93 coupes, did that as well. Personally, I'm glad for our shorter plates. I think the longer taillights make the car look wider, which helps the overall look when it's lowered.

And that fog is on the driver side. I thought I read once that when a car only has a fog light on one side, it's supposed to be on the driver's side.
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Old 03-08-2020, 10:51 PM   #348
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I just found out that the European wagons have shorter inner tail lamps with an integrated rear fog on the passenger side inner tail lamp.


OMG, I'd love to find that tail-gate and those tail lights ... I've seen the wag that has the coupe inners ... woww
Shipping would almsot surely kill the deal tho but yes! I didnt know that either!
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Old 03-09-2020, 07:04 AM   #349
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The 90-91 coupes and sedans, and I'm pretty sure the 92-93 coupes, did that as well. Personally, I'm glad for our shorter plates. I think the longer taillights make the car look wider, which helps the overall look when it's lowered.

And that fog is on the driver side. I thought I read once that when a car only has a fog light on one side, it's supposed to be on the driver's side.
You can see that square right in that passenger inner tail lamp.
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Old 03-09-2020, 07:40 PM   #350
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its an rhd car so the fog is on the driver side. Its a UK number plate and even though in most of Europe you drive on the right side, there are some countries where you drive on the left side of the roads - including the united kingdom.
regulations say that you need at least one fog light on the driver side of the car. you can have two on each side though.
Oh, and i dont know if its already mentioned somewhere in this thread - but the Wagon is called "Aerodeck" here in Europe.

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Old 03-09-2020, 11:31 PM   #351
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Oh, and i dont know if its already mentioned somewhere in this thread - but the Wagon is called "Aerodeck" here in Europe.


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its an rhd car so the fog is on the driver side. Its a UK number plate and even though in most of Europe you drive on the right side, there are some countries where you drive on the left side of the roads - including the united kingdom.
regulations say that you need at least one fog light on the driver side of the car. you can have two on each side though.
Oh, and i dont know if its already mentioned somewhere in this thread - but the Wagon is called "Aerodeck" here in Europe.
Hmm I stand corrected. It just threw me off since I see that square inside that inner lamp.
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How rare is the cargo cover/net?
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Old 03-19-2020, 04:13 PM   #354
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How rare is the cargo cover/net?
Not very, still see them on eBay from time to time, but a lil pricey ...
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Old 03-22-2020, 02:56 AM   #355
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Weighed my wagon this morning. 1993 LX, no weight reduction, full tank of gas. 3,100lbs
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Did the wagon in other countries come with two piece headlights? The nipple-less ones?
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Old 03-24-2020, 06:01 PM   #357
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^ I'm going to say yes. Someone correct me if I'm wrong in saying that the one-piece lights were only a JDM sedan option; even then, I've seen JDM sedans with two-piece lights, so I'm not fully sure on the specifics.

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Oh, and i dont know if its already mentioned somewhere in this thread - but the Wagon is called "Aerodeck" here in Europe.
That bit of trivia was half of the inspiration behind my custom Euro R-style emblems

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